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Most discussion during Monday's Bradley County Commission meeting focused on increases to the property tax and fire tax rates. However, commissioners also voted on other resolutions related to the 2019-20 fiscal year budget.

An article in Tuesday’s edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner about the Bradley County Commission approving a tax increase included an incomplete and incorrect statement attributed to Commissioner Milan Blake. more
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Mayor Emeritus Tom Rowland on Sunday welcomed the participants in this year’s Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee Scholarship, Leadership and Talent competition, which is being held for the 12th … more
While the property tax increase was the most-discussed item of business during Monday’s Bradley County Commission meeting, three other resolutions related to the 2019-20 fiscal year budget were also approved. more
A tractor trailer burst into flames after crashing into a middle support column of the Harrison Pike overpass on Interstate 75 Monday night.The accident took place at approximately 8:45 p.m., at mile … more
(Editor's Note: This is the seventh in a series exploring the worsening crisis of homelessness in the Cleveland and Bradley County community. Today's installment looks at local residents who have … more

Bradley County voters will be paying a higher property tax rate since the Bradley County Commission approved an increase during its meeting Monday afternoon.

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